|Robert Juliat Success at Prolight|
|Thursday, 27 March 2008 22:13|
Robert Juliat's visit to the Prolight & Sound trade fair at Frankfurt Messe proved a huge success once more this year with the company clocking up impressive sales across its followspot range. Foremost amongst these were the super-bright Lancelot 4K HTI image projector and the latest followspot model, the 1800W MSR Victor, both of which attracted many orders on the stand, confirming the ongoing success of these products.
International visitors from across Europe and worldwide turned up in force and, as usual, the Juliat staff manning the stand were kept working hard in order to see as many of their customers as possible.
"We were extremely pleased with the interest generated by our stand again this year," comments Lionel Garraud, International Sales Director. "The Lancelot has really come into its own now with customers grasping the concept behind its motorized, modular design. They are now using it in ways which exhibit its full potential beyond that of just a followspot.
"The Victor is winning fans rapidly following its launch at PLASA last year. This is the first time it has been shown in Germany and the response has been tremendous."
Also on show for the first time in Germany was the new Storm exterior lighting enclosure specially designed for the Robert Juliat 575W MSR Quincy profile by Tempest Lighting.
Designed for long term and permanent outdoor installations, this weather proof lighting enclosure opens up a whole new market for advertising when used in conjunction with high quality gobo images, projected to perfection by the crisp optics of the Quincy.
With exterior projection now a tour de force, not only in decorative architectural lighting but also for advertising and promotional applications, the combination of the high quality of Robert Juliat optics within a weatherproof Storm housing is ideal for spectacular exterior projections. Robert Juliat can now offer a low maintenance, weather-proof solution for those in the lucrative business of selling projected advertising space on building facades.